The 1.30.22 Issue


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    CreditAndrew Moore for The New York Times, with drone assistance from Jake Butters.

    The Ticking Clock for Miami's Condo Empire

    Last summer’s collapse in Surfside, Fla., exposed a startling truth: There are thousands of aging condo buildings that could be next — and few steps being taken to prevent another tragedy.


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    Jason Acuña.
    CreditChris Buck for The New York Times

    The Tao of Wee Man

    His world was radically altered by “Jackass.” But now, Jason Acuña has harnessed his fame to live the life of his dreams.


  1. The Ethicist

    CreditIllustration by Tomi Um

    Can I Reveal a Colleague’s Covid Diagnosis?

    The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to keep a coworker’s illness confidential, outing an unvaccinated colleague — and more.


  2. Letter of Recommendation

    CreditIllustration by Wael Morcos

    Are Better Things Coming? Inshallah.

    Whatever language you speak, “inshallah” can bring you hope.


  3. Screenland

    CreditPhoto illustration by Valerie Chiang

    To Hell and Back, Then to CNN

    Once an ordinary citizen stumbles into the culture war, it can be hard to get back out. Just ask Michael Fanone.


  1. Tip

    CreditIllustration by Radio

    How to Get Through a Power Outage

    Be proactive before things go dark. Never use a gas stove or oven as an indoor heater.


  2. Poem

    CreditIllustration by R. O. Blechman

    Poem: Self-Portrait With Father

    A heartbreaking ending points to the selective memory of trauma.

    By Donika Kelly and